Originally Posted by danf_fl
Doesn't the original box for the Glock require that the trigger be pulled for it to set in the box correctly?
The original Gen 1 Glock boxes had a post with a flag on it that fit in the trigger guard. It "required" you to press the trigger prior to storage in that box. My understanding was it was to inhibit storing the gun loaded, not because it is better to store the gun with the trigger pressed.
Bottom line, the gun can be stored either way.